New York: Filmmakers Cinematheque, 1966. Offset. 8 1/2 x 14 in. Very good with closed tear to top edge, horizontal foldline, and slight edgewear. Item #5694
Programming for the Film-makers’ CInematheque for the last week of January 1966, when the Cinematheque was located at 125 West 41st St. The program directors were founders Jonas Mekas and Andrew Sarris, with notes written by Ken Kelman. The week was an exciting one, featuring a continuation of their program "Film-makers’ Co-Op, A-Z," featuring new works by George Blinkey, Andrew Meyer, Marie Menken, George Landow, Piero Heliczer, Jonas Mekas, and others. On another day, Barbara Rubin and Andy Warhol’s Double Vision was screened, as well as Stan Brakhage’s groundbreaking The Art of Vision. A formidable who’s-who of the 1960’s New York Underground film scene.